Student Life

Approximately 6,500 students live in 15 residence halls and 30 Greek housing units on campus

More than 325 student organizations

Nationally recognized First Year Success Series for entering students

Residential Learning Communities have been recognized for eight consecutive years for providing communities where students can achieve their academic and personal best

Student Recreation Center and Perry Field House for drop-in and scheduled fitness activities

56 intramural sports ranging from traditional basketball, football and softball to the off-beat inner tube water polo, whiffleball and curling

Intensive co-op, internship and practicum placements for students

Campus-wide academic advising, as well as career and major planning

On-campus Student Health Service and Counseling Center help students stay healthy in body and mind

Student Support Services is funded by a nearly $3 million grant to assist low-income students and students with disabilities

Up to $3,000 for research for individual undergraduate students through Center for Undergraduate Research annual awards

Library system with 6 million items and electronic access to research materials worldwide

30 instructional computing labs across campus; a computer lab in every residence hall; residence hall rooms wired for high-speed Internet access


The Learning Commons

Drop-in tutoring and study groups at the new Learning Commons